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February 24, 2020, 11:16:35 PM
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 Huh I thought Paypall is almost impossible to use when you buying crypto. I use mostly wallets and none of them let you buy with Paypal, Zelle, etc
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February 25, 2020, 08:31:52 AM
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Huh I thought Paypall is almost impossible to use when you buying crypto. I use mostly wallets and none of them let you buy with Paypal, Zelle, etc

It's against Paypal's terms of service, that's why exchanges (and not wallets) don't let you buy/sell bitcoin anymore. Other solutions:

- The currency exchange section on the forum.
- LocalCryptos (No KYC), Paxful (must submit documents after +1500$ trading volume), or LBC (mandatory KYC).
- Coinsbee's PP gift cards.

Both #1 and #2 can be risky, because of chargebacks, so make sure to check the trust history of users before dealing with any of them.

You should be fine with the last option (for buying only) since you will be dealing with a company and not an individual.


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